The bridal ceremony, or svozhdane as it is called in Bosnia and herzegovina, has many customs that are a part of the region’s tradition. They reflect the multiracial history of the country and the difficult way of life in it. The wedding lasts for three days and nights, and it’s attended by the full settlement. Ladies and females help to prepare meals for guests, fry pies and breads, fresh maize in the fields, and sing musical songs. Men sing violins and cifteli and throw nicotine to pals.

Throughout the Balkans, every country and beliefs has its own customs about how a matrimony does appear like. But the ones from the Balkan are specifically interesting and unusual. We’ll speak about some of them in this article and give you a taste of what it was to be a bride or groom in the past.

A lot of the cultures that happen during a Serbian wedding are connected with the belief that bad spirits and demons is great cruel means on people. That is the reason why a ceremony meeting had to be packed with elements that may secure the few from their evil eyes. There were also further superstitions that had to be followed, depending on the area. For example, in Montenegro, it was a custom to move over a carpet that had been covered in weaponry since this was supposed to guarantee that the newlyweds did have adult babies.

A classic custom right from Kosovo is the comb and plaiting rite, or” Kolaanja”. It’s performed by girls and is accompanied with specially dedicated melodies. Once it bosnian brides is over, the groom is shaved.

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